A home in Upstate New York came with a strange feature and the owner is trying to find anyone who can take it off the property and possibly put it to good use.

When most people buy a home there are a few things that they are looking for.  The list of priorities can vary but it really depends on what is important to the potential buyer. Some people look for a nice view, a finished basement or maybe even a two car garage.

I'm not an expert in the real estate market but I'm going to guess that one of the last things people look for in a new home is a way to dispose of remains.

Facebook Marketplace offers a ton of things ranging from regular everyday items like clothing to some older antiques and rare collectibles. One of the most unique things listed on Facebook Marketplace is getting viral attention.

You may be wondering what the heck this thing is because I sure didn't know. I doubt the average person wouldn't either.

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It's a working crematory and it was listed for sale on a local online yard sale group. The owner purchased the home that was owned by a veterinarian.

It's according to the listing it was built about 6 years ago and is still in working condition.

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The homeowner could remove or destroy it himself but instead, he hopes that another local veterinarian will buy it from him. He's asking $25,000 for the unit as they go for as much as $75,000 brand new.

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Take A Look Inside The Abandoned ShoppingTown Mall In Dewitt, NY

Onondaga County currently owns the ShoppingTown Mall located in Dewitt New York near the Syracuse area. As of today, the mall is abandoned. The future of the building will go to someone who has the best vision for it. Onondaga County has issued an official request for proposals (RFP) for ShoppingTown Mall. The property will be resold to the buyer with the best plan for revitalizing the vacant property.
Proposers will need to have a demonstrated history of producing "high quality projects," according to the statement. They will also need to produce financial information related to the project."
Jordan Harmon was able to tour the property and take plenty of photos recently with permission from Onondaga County:
The main purpose of this shoot was to document this historical structure before any alterations occur. I grew up with this mall, I can remember coming here as a kid. This was the place my family did our back to school shopping and the place where I’d blow my allowance at Fun Junction playing laser tag. To see it now is shocking to say the least. The former owner of the mall clearly made no effort to maintain it, let alone stop the hundreds of leaks in the roof.